Rankings & accreditations
Times Higher Education
World University Rankings
The University of Luxembourg ranks 178 worldwide in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2016-2017.
Read more about it in our article University of Luxembourg among the 180 best universities in the world.
150 Under 50 Rankings
The University of Luxembourg ranks 14 worldwide in the Times Higher Education (THE) 150 Under 50 Rankings 2015-2016.
Read more about it in our article University of Luxembourg among Top 20 young universities.
World University Rankings
The University of Luxembourg ranks 193 worldwide in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2015-2016.
Read more about it in our article University of Luxembourg among Top 200 Universities worldwide.
The THE World University Rankings was founded in 2004 by the Times Higher Education magazine. It evaluates world-class universities against 13 separate performance indicators, covering the full range of a top university’s essential areas of activity: research; interaction with business; international outlook; and, uniquely, the teaching environment.
The University of Luxembourg ranks 12 in the 25 top performers in international joint publications released in the U-Multirank 2016.
Read more about it in our article University of Luxembourg highly ranked in U-Multirank
The first U-Multirank ranking was released in 2014. U-Multirank is a multi-dimensional approach to international ranking of higher education institutions. The dimensions it includes are teaching and learning, research, knowledge transfer, international orientation and regional engagement. Based on empirical data U-Multirank compares institutions with similar institutional profiles and allows users to develop personalised rankings by selecting performance measures/indicators in terms of their own preferences.
U-Multirank is prepared with seed funding from the European Union and led by a consortium headed by Professor Frans van Vught of the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) in the Netherlands and Professor Frank Ziegele of the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) in Germany. Other partner organisations include the Centre for Science and Technology Studies from Leiden University (CWTS), Catholic University Leuven, academic publishers Elsevier, the Bertelsmann Foundation, Push and software firm Folge 3. The consortium also works closely with a range of national ranking partners and stakeholder organisations.
The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) is certified to ISO 9001 standard, an international quality assurance standard issued by the European Society for Certification of Management Systems (ESCEM), for its administration and the administrative management of its activities.
The quality management system (QMS) implemented throughout the Faculty’s administration is based on three key objectives:
- Improving the transparency of the organisation and running of the Faculty;
- Ensuring the efficiency of administrative processes and their continuity;
- Meeting the expectations of students, teaching and research staff, the University’s other staff as well as in general all the Faculty’s partners.
For further information, please contact Hélène Langlois, FDEF Team Leader Quality Assurance and Study Programme Administration.
Five Master programmes offered at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance have been accredited at the end of 2015 and for a period of five years by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA):
- the Master in Economics and Finance;
- the Master of Science in Banking and Finance;
- the Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation;
- the Master in Wealth Management;
- the Master in Accounting and Audit.
Read more about it in our article International accreditation for Master programmes.
FIBAA was created in 1994 by the central associations of German, Austrian and Swiss business. This European foundation with an international profile aims at ensuring the quality of MBA programmes on the basis of stringent quality criteria and make it transparent. Its disciplinary focus is on management studies, law, social sciences and economics.
The Certificate - Principles of Biobanking offered at the Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication was endorsed from its creation in 2011 by the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER).
ISBER is a global forum that addresses harmonization of scientific, technical, legal, and ethical issues relevant to repositories of biological and environmental specimens. It fosters collaboration; creates education and training opportunities; provides a forum for the dissemination of state-of-the-art policies, processes, and research findings; and provides an international showcase for innovative technologies, products, and services. Together, these activities promote best practices that cut across the broad range of repositories that ISBER serves.
ISBER is incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Universities offering EMOS Master degrees collaborate actively with the national statistical institutes to reduce the gap between theory and practice. The programme is supported by Luxembourg national statistics institute STATEC.